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Unformatted text preview: dividing outcome on second die 2 by outcome on first die? What is the probability that the quotient will be (a) an integer (b) an even integer (c) either even integer or less than 2. Q 5: A box contains six discs numbered 1 to 6. Find for each integer “k” from 3 to 11, the probability that the numbers on two discs drawn without replacement have a sum equal to “k”. Q 6: Elaborate the statement that two mutually exclusive events need not to be equally likely. Q 7: Three distinct integers are chosen from first 50 positive integers. Compute the probability that (i) their sum is even (ii) their product is odd....
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- Spring '11
- Probability theory, Natural number, Total order, events Sample Space